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Does skin color matter? However black or white a cow is, the milk is always white

Filed in Current affairs, Justice by on January 6, 2015 3 Comments
Does skin color matter? However black or white a cow is, the milk is always white

What would I remember of 2014?  In America, Do #BlackLivesMatter?  Yes! The way black people and white people see life in America reminds me of the way people interpret the Bible: two pastors can read the same copy of the Bible but can interpret it differently. Policemen, in the eyes of a white man, can […]

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Bush witness at gay marriage: A closed mind is like a closed book

Filed in Current affairs, Justice by on September 27, 2013 0 Comments
Bush witness at gay marriage: A closed mind is like a closed book

Love is love, and there are different kinds of love. It is okay that former President George W.H. Bush was a witness of a gay marriage. America is changing and it is embracing the change. Critics will see the Bush, Sr., change of mind as a calculated move because, in America, politics and suspicion are […]

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50th anniversary of the March on Washington: A child carried on its mother’s back does not know how far the market is from home

Filed in Current affairs, Justice by on August 25, 2013 0 Comments
50th anniversary of the March on Washington: A child carried on its mother’s back does not know how far the market is from home

Today we remembered the 5oth anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I have a dream” speech. His dream was not a prophecy. Half a century later, America is still very divided. Many of the older generation have witnessed the change and appreciate the progress made by the civil rights […]

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US promise no death penalty for Snowden: Evening promises are like butter: morning comes, and it’s all melted

Filed in Current affairs, Justice by on August 1, 2013 2 Comments
US promise no death penalty for Snowden: Evening promises are like butter: morning comes, and it’s all melted

The US attorney general is courting the Russians to hand over Snowden, promising that the U.S. will not seek the death penalty against the ex-CIA contractor. He still faces many years, probably life, in jail. The US may change its mind once Snowden is in custody. As the Arabs of Morocco say, “Evening promises are […]

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Man shoots, says Biden told me to: Our examples are like seeds on a windy day, they spread far and wide

Filed in Current affairs, Justice by on July 18, 2013 1 Comment
Man shoots, says Biden told me to: Our examples are like seeds on a windy day, they spread far and wide

Vice President Biden’s straight talk puts him in the spotlight again. Biden said to his wife, “If there’s ever a problem, just walk out on the balcony here and take that double-barreled shotgun and fire two blasts outside the house.” A man did just that and claims that “Biden told me to do it.” Should […]

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America and immigration: The gourd’s neck cannot be straightened in its old age.

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Politics by on June 20, 2013 0 Comments
America and immigration: The gourd’s neck cannot be straightened in its old age.

US border security is the key to reduce the flow of illegal immigrants coming from Mexico; although, not all the illegal aliens in the US come from Mexico. They come from different regions of our planet. The number of illegal immigrants in the United States  remains unclear. Statistics about immigration estimate the number of the […]

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Benghazi stain on Obama’s presidency: Every head has its own kind of headache

Benghazi stain on Obama’s presidency: Every head has its own kind of headache

The handling of the Benghazi terror attack by the Obama administration has been a failure. It was naive to think that an American consulate in Libya could be safe. The worst part was to conceal the truth for political reasons. If the truth had known during the presidential election, President Obama would be in serious trouble of winning his […]

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Jason Collins is gay: Truth is like fire: it cannot be hidden under dry leaves

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Marriage, Politics by on April 29, 2013 1 Comment
Jason Collins is gay: Truth is like fire: it cannot be hidden under dry leaves

Being a gay is certainly not a crime. But being gay and Black is like being struck twice by lightning. President Obama’s call of support to basketball star Jason Collins, who just came out publicly, is also a recognition that the world is changing and every one of us should adapt to the new reality. Jason Collins’ decision […]

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Immigrants attacking the countries that welcome them: Don’t pee in the bed that you sleep on

Immigrants attacking the countries that welcome them: Don’t pee in the bed that you sleep on

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston marathon suspect, has admitted his involvement in planting the bombs that killed three people. He also told investigators that his now dead brother was the driving force behind the attack. While he may be right, it will be hard to get sympathy from the public. He will likely face the death […]

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Would Reagan support same-sex marriage? What is the use of consulting a dead man’s horoscope?

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Marriage, Politics by on April 10, 2013 1 Comment
Would Reagan support same-sex marriage? What is the use of consulting a dead man’s horoscope?

If he was still alive, would Ronald Reagan have supported same-sex marriage? According to his daughter Patti Davis, he would, even though he himself did not have a gay or lesbian child. As a model of conservatism, his support for same-sex marriage would be like an earthquake. Can his daughter’s  opinion influence the party? The 40th President […]

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